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>> live, from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix5 news. just a bit of panic i guess. i have never taken a fall like that before. >> this bay area guy fell off a vertical rock face in yosemite and he lived. you'll see the incredible rescue. >> andria borba is at his hospital in modesto. >> reporter: yeahliz, despite this man's serious injuries, he will walk again and he says he will climb again as well. this is how easter in yosemite began for blake parkinson and ben tomsky. this is how it ended with a chp helicopter hauling blake off of
the granite. he was tackling the most difficult stretch when everything went wrong. >> went to pull a move and i didn't make it and i fell and it was about 20 or 40 feet before the rope caught me. >> reporter: but not before his back was broken on the boulder he landed on. >> i was carrying water and that exploded against the rock. when i went to feel my back i thought it was my blood. >> reporter: he was panicked not from the fall, but from the silence. >> whoa, this seemed bad. it seemed bad he was not responsible. he was not shouting to us. normally, when a climber falls, right away they would say i'm okay. >> reporter: when ben and other climbers got to blake, he was in bad shape. they called 911 and the rescue began. >> if you move forward five feet, right through the trees. >> after a lot of careful
maneuvering with the chopper blades close to the rock face, they carefully reeled him up with a basket. after a few dicey moments they secured them. >> these guys are the best at what they do. if you get injured in yosemite valley, it is probable the best place. >> reporter: as you see, this is a very treacherous rescue. one rescuer told me over the phone, she was not sure if this man was going to be okay until he gave her a thumb's up in the chopper. live at modesto, andria borba, kpix5. >> incredible. you can see the entire rescue video on kpix.com. we learned more about that teenage boy that climbed into the wheel well of a jet and survived.
>> reporter: his mother lives in somalia. so obviously, he picked the wrong plane. his friends here at santa clara valley high school say they can't believe what happened. sources say this is his footprint on the tire of the hawaiian airlines plane and the black marks, his footprints and hand prints where he spent five- and-a-half hours in sub zero temperatures. tsa investigators were at the airport yesterday taking a closer look at the plane. one friend tells me it is no surprise he was able to get onto the tarmac at the san jose airport unnoticed. >> he's a pretty athletic kid. it made since he should be able to hop over the fence. >> reporter: classmates say he transferred a month ago few knew him well. but nobody thought he would hitch a ride. >> i thought he was a genius
for hopping in the wheel! >> reporter: his fellow athletes say he was a sophomore that got along with everybody. >> i went to mosque with him one time. he seemed like a really quiet guy. >> reporter: maui police say the boy wanted to hop a jet to africa to find his bilogical mother. he was having problems with his stepparents. hawaii child welfare officials say they are arranging his transfer back to the bay area. in the meantime, school district officials say once he does get back, they will offer him counseling services. ken? >> thanks linda yee. joe vasquez is at the location where the teenager hid for hours. >> reporter: it is not clear how he got over the perimeter fence, but yeah, we are
learning tonight once he did, he spent some seven hours inside an area of this airport that is supposed to be extremely secure. the plane was parked all night right here at gate three. now we are learning that a security camera captured video of the teenage stow away climbing over the perimeter fence closest to the plane according to the la times citing a homeland security source. t is not clear how long he was on airport property before he climbed into the wheel well, but the flight took off about seven hours later at 7:55:00 a.m. >> this is the fourth incident in the last five years. >> reporter: the north nationwide, and he says enough is enough. >> so i'm calling on the government accountability office to do an assessment of our airports' perimeters. >> reporter: this is closest to gate three. three strands of barbed wire on
the top. there is also room underneath the fence. we can demonstrate how inconsistent the fencing is. this is about 12 feet tall. but if you walk around this side, you see this about six feet tall with some barbed wire and razor wire, but you don't have to go far before it goes away. >> we all take for granted that of course t perimeter with the fence will be enough. in this case, that wasn't enough. and we need to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> reporter: since 9/11, the tsa reports it has spent some $80 billion on airport security, but most of that is internal with baggage screening and the like. but the perimeter fencing, well, that's up to the locals and that could explain some of these inconsistencies. reporting live, joe vasquez, kpix5. >> how in the world do you get into the wheel well in the
first place and survive in a five-and-a-half hour flight? >> to get here safely, he would have had to maneuver in here. watch out for these moving parts controlling the air flaps. it is dusty, cramped, damp, and he would have had to hold on here and stay here five hours. this is the only place he could have held on and survived. >> but also been dangerously cold. about 50 below at 38,000 feet. we learned the mother of one of the high school students killed in that crash on i-5 is suing fed ex. fed extruck hit a busful of teenagers and burst into flames. the mother is accusing the school of using a bus with a history of catching fire. well a crazy smash and crab and tonight, the bad guys are on the loose. wait until you see what they stole from a walgreens in
belmont. it is like the plot of gone in 60 seconds but these guys were after cigarettes. lots of cigarettes. watch as these two men use a concrete block to shatter the front door. then they make a beeline for the checkout counter. then they hit the jackpot. rows and rows of cigarette cartons emptied into black trash bags. in the span of about a minute. no pack of tobacco left untouched. even after one of the guys runs off, another stays to pick up any stragglers. once they get their fix, they run back out the broken entrance loot in hand. they got away with $6,000 worth of cigarettes. tonight, three buildings in san francisco are off limits to the 11 people who live there because of a fire. flames ripped through the roofs of one of the houses and spread to neighboring buildings. now this is on walter street.
one firefighter was hurt when tar fell from the roof and landed on him. the fire gave neighbors quite a scare. >> i hear people screaming fire, fire. and a lot of flames and smoke. >> and that wind made firefighters job that much harder. here is a live look outside. speaking of the wind, it has died down, but brian, it is still a little gusty out there. >> yes, it was very windy all because of this battle in the atmosphere with the low pressure off the pacific northwest and the high pressure building on the coastline. the winds around 40 miles an hour have subsided to around 18. and up in the north bay, calm in santa rosa. so a gradual easing of the winding tonight. tomorrow looks like a pretty good day, but we will cover that when we get to thewet nor
a few minutes. ken? >> all right brian, thanks for that. we are learning for the first call for help from the sinking ferry off south korea came from a passenger's cell phone. that is raising even more questions about the crew's confidence in last week's emergency. meanwhile, a cbs photo journalist sent out some of the closest views of the recovery operation. crews are still searching for parts of the ship that can be reached. you think your your personal information is safe? think again. >> and one bay area water district is about to do something it has not done before. we will back in 80 seconds. moments of certainty.
something it's never had to. until now. wilted grass in oakland.dus fields in th >> the drought is so serious, it is forcing east bay mud to do something it has never had to be until now. >> reporter: signs of drought are everywhere. and californians are worried. >> it is horrible. >> reporter: in the east bay things got worse. the utility district has asked people to start cutting their water usage by 10%. now east bay mud is doinging in it has never done before. >> we will be drawing water from the sacramento river. >> reporter: normally, the east bay's water comes from the mcullemy river. this year, they will pay $8 million to grab water from the
sacramento river, run it through the aquaeductus and add it to the east bay water supply. that means the san pablo will be filled with water. people here don't have to cut their water usage drastically. >> in the past, we have asked people to cut back up to 35%. >> reporter: at least not yet. >> if the drought goes into 2015, we have to look at other options. >> reporter: christin ayers, kpix5. >> east bay mud has more than a million customers. tonight, the water agency says if things don't improve, they may ask customers to cut more. well the as are playing hardball tonight. oakland offered them a 10 year deal to stay at the coliseum. a little while ago, the owner said thanks but no thanks. coliseum doesn't meet their
requirements. meantime, we are getting a better idea of what the warriors have planned tonight. a big new sports and entertainment center in san francisco's mission bay. the team officially announced today it has agreed to buy the land from sales force.com. according to our exclusive kpix5 survey usa poll, tonight, 68% of people in san francisco support the plan to build the arena in the city. tonight linked in is thinking really big. it will move into a 26 story building south of market. this is what it will look like when completed in 2016. construction at this site started last year. the move will allow linked in to bring employees to one location. the company headquarters will stay in mountain view. tonight, anyone who signed up for obama care using the government's website is being
warned to change their password because of that security glitch heart bleed. there is no sign any information has been stolen so far. it is just being careful. also tonight, bay area cyber security firm tells juliette goodrich that hackers have a new way to steal your info. think chinese takeout,. >> reporter: the cyber spies held malicious code in a popular chinese online menu. >> if i can get you to visit that website, i can start an attack on your computing device. >> reporter: the same sneak attack happened at target. they stole credentials from an air-conditioning company. that is how the bad guys got in. with cyber crime, it's clear t crooks are changing tactics and the playing field has exploded. >> only one click away from any website in the world. >> reporter: dave dewalt heads
up fire eye, the bay area's cyber security firm that detected the big breach target ignored. they won't talk about target, but they can spot attacks before they have happened. and what they are seeing ... >> now, a lot of the threats have moved from e-mail to something hiding on a website. >> we see roughly 100 attacks a day. >> reporter: on fire eye's global strike heat map you see in realtime, sophisticated cyber attacks unfold. they are called zero day attacks. these are attacks no one has seen before. >> at the time a large company gets breeched, the time they even know they were breached takes almost a year. >> reporter: the yellow square, where the attack begins. the green circle, the victim. >> we have been seeing for a few years, the attackers go after the high-tech world trying to figure out
vulnerabilities and software that everybody uses. >> reporter: juliette goodrich, kpix5. >> wow. that would be so ... you have to be so careful. you are just never safe. >> i have an ipad. and it is just everywhere you third. the weather computer is apparently inpregnable. >> not risky there. >> we aren't challenging anyone, just stating the facts. [ laughter ] >> i'm the weather guy. we start out with mostly clear skies tonight. the rain translated into snow in the sierra. not a lot. but a few inches at the very peaks. but you know, it's not going to hurt. we will get a little more in the water supply as everything begins to melt heading into the spring season now. now the approach to the bay bridge and the numbers, 52 degrees at concord. oakland has 54. livermore, 51. santa rosa, 51. a little chilly tonight with the clear skies and the winds
dying down. 54 in the morning. a jacket. yes, mid 50s . by tomorrow afternoon, things warm up to near 70 inland and mid 60s around the bay. so a nice couple of days on tap. we had low pressure battling the high. and the battle between the two resulted in wind gusts up to 40 miles an hour. so that was really blowing this afternoon. the high asserting itself over the west coast, we look for fair and mild conditions for tomorrow and thursday. the headlines, it will be warmer tomorrow and a few showers due in on friday. more than what we had last night. so, 74 in sacramento. 76 at fresno if you are headed to the valley. for us, numbers in the 60 mostly. over in the east bay, the numbers will be in the upper 60s , low 70s . north bay, tomorrow morning, fair skies. shouldn't be much in the way of fog. and in the extreme north, if you are headed to cloverdale,
63 degrees. extended forecast, we go up and we come down. look how cold it will be friday. rain and 60 degrees inland. look at tuesday. 86 degrees. >> incredible. >> pretty much a roller coaster this week. but variety is the spice of life. >> there you go. making up for the cold weather, warm weather coming next week. balance. >> you got it. wasn't that long ago that stephen colbert couldn't get anybody to hire him. >> now he checks out his new bigs. >> ladies and gentlemen, it's the new kid and you can see him now currently on the colbert report. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
the head. he posted this >> a canadian tourist in peru tried to take a selfie in front of an oncoming train gets whacked in the head. he posted that video on youtube. 22-year-old jarred frank stares into the camera before the conductor sticks his foot out to kick him in the head. believe it or not, the kid with the head is cashing in. he signed a deal with a firm offering him as much as $250,000 for the footage.
>> wow. we are getting a peek at the future of the late show. his replacement, stephen colbert on the late show. >> ly do what you have done. >> no, no, no, no. >> i will do what you have done. >> this is the first time since it was announced colbert was taking over next year that he is on the show. he tried to get an internship on the show a while ago, but was turned down. you can catch more on the late show in just a few minutes. >> revenge is sweet. >> it is. >> you never know what will happen. madison bumgarner pitches his third career complete game for the giant. the lack of run support hand him when he has gone the distance. we have all the highlights and reactions as the sharks stun la next in sports. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
ready? happy birthday! it's a painting easel! the tide's coming in! this is my favorite one. it's upside down. oh, sorry. (woman vo) it takes him places he's always wanted to go. that's why we bought a subaru. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >> this was a big game for the sharks. >> it was. and the fact they got the win was huge. they look to be the first western conference team in the nhl to win a playoff game on the road this season.
with a victory, they would take a strangle hold on their series against the kings. the great steven tyler in attendance tonight. the sharks take the crowd out of it early. burns on an early shark power play. beating jonathan quick. puck just kind of fluttered and the sharks take the 1-0 lead but the kings score three of the next four goals. jeff carter deflects one and la goes up 3-2. sharks come right back. the rookie hurdl keeps founding away. so this game was going to overtime. and it is a thriller. >> couldn't handle the past. pavelsky gets the hit on it. he scores! the sharks win it in overtime! patrick marleau. and the sharks take control of the series and now have a
commanding 3-0 series lead. >> i was just ... i came in. i think he got a good stick on their play and i was able to get it off the skate. >> you know, they are up 3-0 in the series. that is a really good hockey club over there. they are a really good opponent. that's who we are up against. it's tough, but we won't go quietly away. turning to baseball now, they need something, the giants. down 1-0 when hunter pence unloads one. game tied at 1-1. madison bumgarner pitched well and made just two mistakes. here is one of them to nolan arenado. the rockies go back up we bun. madison bumgarner went eight innings and was hopeing to see his offense. angel pagan out to troy
tulowisky. they lose 2-1. bob melvin and the as need to get their closer situation sorted out soon. they were a strike away from beating the texas rangers, but josh wilson takes lou gregerson. right back up the midding, scores the game winning run. it is gregerson's third blown save. the as lose back to back games for the third time this season 5-4. and albert pujols of the angels hit two home runs in washington dc to hit 500 runs. that is sports, and we will be right back after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
instead, he decided to spene money on his neighbors. hector saw a >> a boy in texas was saving for a big toy. >> instead, he spent the money on his neighbor. eight-year-old hector saw a story on the news about a mother and daughter who died in a house fire. so he took the money and he bought smoke detecters to give away. >> i was saving the $300 for a ps4, but i thought saving live more important. >> hector is passionate about things when he gets it in his mind to do something. >> wow, hector has installed nearly 100 smoke detecters. >> incredible little boy. i love that story. well david letterman is next
with stephen colbert. >> have a great night. ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> from the heart of broadway, broadcasting across the nation and around the world, it's the "late show" with david letterman. tonight... plus paul shaffer and the cbs orchestra. i'm alan kalter. and now, former reality star turned d.j., david letterman! captioning sponsored by worldwide pants ans